Jersey: A growth market
Recent endorsements by the Financial Services Authority and the UK Inland Revenue service have significantly boosted the profile of the Channel Islands Stock Exchange. Michael Lombardi and Alasdair Hunter look at the implications for potential issuers
The Channel Islands Stock Exchange (CISX) opened on 27 October, 1998, with the intention of providing recognised facilities for the listing and trading of a broad range of debt and equity securities, as well as investment funds. Current listings on the CISX include investment funds, equity-linked notes, convertible notes, Eurobonds and warrants. As of 1 January, 2004, there are more than 400 listings on the CISX that have a total market capitalisation in excess of $17bn (£9.3bn).
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